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2 Jumps in a Row (2015)
2-screen projection with stereo audio mix
Screenings: 12/15/2015 - 1/3/2016
The Performing Garage
33 Wooster St. NYC
Video and Installation Design by Ken Kobland


Manezh Square @ Photoville (2013)
A 30 ft. 3D printed photo-collage mural with audio.
Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn, NY
Produced by United Photo Industries


To You, The Birdie! (Phèdre) DVD (2011)
Director of Photography/Editor: Ken Kobland
Directed by Elizabeth LeCompte,
The Wooster Group's production of Paul Schmidt's version of Racine's Phèdre, re-set in a mobile modernist landscape.
This disc presents the recording with magnified overlays of the action,
designed by Ken Kobland.



House Lights DVD (2009)
Directed by Elizabeth LeCompte,
The Wooster Group's 1999 OBIE-winning play of Gertrude Stein's Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights is reconstructed from multiple takes and mutiple angles, designed by Ken Kobland.



Broadway September 2001 (2006)
5 hour, 4 screen projected installation.
Montage Design: Ken Kobland
Artist / Director: Craigie Horsfield
Jeu Du Paume 2006; National Museum, Lisbon 2006



Piece for Spald (2004)
09:40 An audio mix assembled as part of a memorial for the storyteller and very old friend, Spalding Gray, who lost himself in New York Harbor in 2004.



Brace Up DVD (2003)
Designed by Ken Kobland and Elizabeth LeCompte
The presentation of the 2003 theater production of BRACE UP! incorporates close-up recordings of the performers simultaneously with continuous wide-angle footage.


El Hierro (2002)
8 hour, 4 screen projected installation.
Montage Design: Ken Kobland
Artist / Director: Craigie Horsfield
DOCUMENTA 2002; Whitney Biennial 2004



Flushed-at-Once (2002)
00:54 A short anecdote created for an exhibition in commemoration of the events of 9/11.


MANEZH SQUARE:
1:20pm/Sept.16,1990
Moscow, USSR
Web Media Project (1998)
Collaboration with E.Jay Sims and Bill Waldman

Julius Caesar (1991)
Theatrical projections on laserdisc for an adaptation of Shakespeare's play.
Directed by Oscar Eustis
Mark Taper Forum, L.A., California.


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